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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

rr "" ""' - ' "" "' ' Kans. Historical Society! TOL. XII, NO. 134. WICHITA, KANSAS, TCESDAT MOENIKG. APRIL 22, 1890. TTHOLE JNO. 1S4-L rate? gw"m "sP'jl. -d jl. a iwTtiiiiii ii III 1 1' in i mdimmmm t Yi 4Fsr m A . . m t J; ' IE HOUSE AGREES. COMMENCE If EPORT ON THE OKLA HOMA BILL ACCEPTED. Considerable Discussion Necessaiy to Bring the House to the Senators' Terms, b Cherokee Outlet Excluded from the Territory Until the Indian Claims are Settled. Bpmshtatives of the'Pive Tribes Pleased xtfcfctlw Shape,othe Bill Mr. Peters Talks of tho Farmer's Alliance, the Sugar .Experiment and Prea Hides "Western Matters ' at the Capital. WASHINGTON", April 21. On motion of Mr. Thomas, of Wisconsin, the house pass ed a hill providing that soldiers who lost heir limbs during the late war shall he entitled to receive an artificial limb every three years. (The present law permits him to receive it ever' five years. Mr. Struble, of Iowa, submitted the con ference report on the bill to provide a tem ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

T Ixe WlitMiix gaily gagle: xxesclaaj X&mxiixQr &pnl 22, 1890. PRO- A National Demand by All Labor Organizations (o be Made Shortly. The Settlement of the Chicago Carpenters' Troubles all that Delays a Colossal Movement. The President of the American Federation Certain of Complete Recognition of the Shorter Day The Carpenters More Aggressive than Before Kb Immediate Settlement Likely-Strike News WEATHER BULLETIN. SigxAl Office, Wichita, Kan., April 21. The highest temperature was 03, the lowest 54, ami the mean 5SC, with heavy rain 7:40 a. m. to 4 p.m. Nearly stationary pressure, fresh southeasterly winds. Last year, on April 21, the highest tem perature was 71 , the lowest 51 , and the mean Gl . Fred L.. Johnsos. Observer. "War Dkpautmext, Wasuingtox, D. C, AprilSJ.Sp. m. Forecast until S. p.m. Tuesday: For Missouri Showers, warmer south erly winds. For Kansas Liht showers local, warm er, followed by slightly cooler in western portion; variable winds. GOMPEES SPEAKS. A Gene...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

y Jpe WiMtxiK Jpaila 'xlti $itestlag ptatthig, ptil 22, 1890. . ' A i b t 'ih WICHITA MAEKETS. -Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours-75 cattle, 603 hogs. Shipments 135 cattle. The cat tle receipts were the lightest in several weeks. The market opened about steady. Some of the buyers did not take hold as strong as usual on account of reports from eastern markets quoting the market slow, dull and weak. Every thing offered, however, sold at good prices for the quality. Many more good butchers' cows would have found ready sale. Hog receipts fell below expecta tions, and were no doubt kept back on account of heavy rains. Market opened pteady at $4.02 1-2 and closed about 2 1-2 cents lower. WIOHITA LIVE STOOK MAEKET. WicmTA, Kan., April 2L CATTLE. Receipts 75, shipments 185. The receipts were liffht and the offerings a trifle mixed. There was one b-mcii of coodshippint; steers which chanced hands at 1.00. Thrro were also Minic Kood heifer-, w Inch Fold w ell. There...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

2-trr gp$t3ytafr 4 gtxe MicMta gaols gaols itescfcnj ptomitig, pril 22, 1890. ftz- -fts-- 4&Zfr?y"Z-ai&'-i&$,J.z&, - ?J Z&-$.-Yt?i?&-' sr. sr. mckdock, iMitor. The majority of tho people in Okla homa, a year ago tonight slept on the ground. Hair has been put on the free list. The chestnut industry in this country is too old and flourishing to need protection. With true German instinct, Bismarck did not forget to lay up something for a rainy day and a warm one, too, for that Ho owns a brewery. Russell Harrison has presented his father with a pair of alligators. This is the nearest approach to snakes in the white house since the days of G rover 'Cleveland and whisky cock-tails. James G. Blaine calls poet Whittier the noblest of Americans. Mr. Blaine hero attests that philantrophy and poesy are noblery arts and practices than states manship and oratory. Bismarck says he has retired tempora rily from politics and refuses to be inter viewed. The prince realizes th...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

5 1 -r?zr vt&r3m. 3 wstsri r- "- t-jf wf---! -" H ?-''. -xr v 4fMT Mr"rfc?v9-t.-- - agcT,r:f - -f" ""vr-" ti 5$&e mrtMfct ailtj gitcjle: Itttsctay fjorarug, gtprjl 22, 1890. i L i I IM j;aitor. I Business ilanager. M. It MUEDOOK & BEO. Publishersand Propri e tors. All letter? pertalnine to tlie business of the print inp department or bindery, or for advertising should be addressed to the business munaser; all other communications to the odltor. The only daily paper In bouthivestern Kansas or the Arkansas Valley receivinc both the day and night As.ociato Press Reports in full. TERMS OP SrnsCHIPTION' D AHA EAGLE. Jn Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year. ?8 00 Daily, one copy, six months- 4 H Daily, one copy, three months - 11 Daily, one copy, one month.... .a Three times a tveek, any days desired, pery'r... 4 OT Three times a week, any days desired, six mo... 2 J Sundav Edition, 1G paces, one copy, ono year 1! DO Sunday Edition, 10 paf;eb, one copy, blx months...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

: rfs.s.ssss-- -wr - w gr-rgyinMfrtWrisg''' -m'j 4' WWMIBfePiyjgWMBI! i ;p 6 Spte iclxita gai gagle: Jgxtjestlag Xoruxug, ril 22, 18 90 teijj AMTJSE3JDEXTS. CKVWFORDGKD The McCaho & Young minstrels -svere at the Crawford Grand last night and pliyed to a good business, considering the a eath cr. Itwas a regular old time minstrel show and was greeted with hearty ap plause and laughter. The ballands in the first part w ere pleasing and m ell rendered which was followed by a strong oleo Young, ZtfcCabe and Jackson were prime faontes and did some clever work The Drum Major s Dreim was a pleasant inno i ation and the performers displayed some wondeful skill in manipulating the batoon. JUTTLE OF GETT1SBCRO On "Wedncsdiy afternoon and evening the Battle of Gettysburg will be the at i ractiou at the Crawford The person sell ing the greatest number of seats for the treeing will receive a pme of ?10 in gold The most exciting and interesting scenes of that great conflct are depicted with a ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

i ."TSf i wii " ?' - " " faSg!Siryrj-;fcfj-'S--i3qg r55ET-- S&e tHKijcMte gailxj f&g&: itjesdaxj fatnmxg, &pvxl 22, 1890. M 7 i y KDIAS GEATITUDE, In the tall of 1866, -while I was carry ing a dispatch between two temporary posts on the Arkansas riTer, and when midway between the posts and twenty miles from either, at the hour of- noon, I came upon an Indian lying on the ground between two of the monotonous ridges on the plains. I saw 'him while yet forty rods away, and I knew that he was dead or unconscious. . Before I got to him i discovered pony tracks, and knew that ho had come there on horseback. I reached the body to find it that of a young buck about 22 years old, and for Bomeiime I believed him dead. He had been sbot through the head, as I sup posed, as one aide of it was covered with blood, and while I sat on my horse and looked down on him a dozen or more buzzards were sailing in the air about us, waiting for the feast. I was rather re joiced feat the force...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 22 April 1890

8 Jpe WiicMkx gailij gagfo xxtsilinj tanmtQ, gorl 22, 1890. ipif Absolutely Pure., ThlipoTvrtorBevprvnries. A marvel of purttv. rtrenslU and wljolcsoracness. More economical Uxa.il the ordlaary kinds un3 cannot be sold in com petition ith the multitude of low tost, ehort weight alum or pliosplitite powders. Sold onlv in cans. Jloyal Batine Powder Co., 10S Wall tit. 21. Y. ALL THE LATEST STYLES TRADE li'J X. STAiy ST . WICIIITJ.. ALL OTHER DEALERS ARE compelled Xd Demand 25 Each. ITS A COMBINATION I'M OUT. AMUSEMENTS. pRAWFOKD GRAND. o- -o L. 3L Crawford, Manager WEDNESDAY, APIUL 23. ilatlnco for Lndies and Children at 3 o'clock. Tho Superb Spectaclo, Bricoo's BATTLE : OF : GETTYSBUEG! -WE CAPTCRE- Thlrty-tbrce Battle Flats, Six TIioumihI Prisoner?, 13.0CU Stands of Small Arms, And Win a Glorious Yictory. Admission fll XI and 25 cents. JIatlnee, adults 25, children 10 cents. GARFIELD POST G. A. R. CRAWFORD-GRAND: : Jj. 31. CaiwrORD, Manager One Night Only, Thursday, April 21th. TJIE ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

! . Kans. Historical Society! i W iV YOL. XII, NO. 135. WICHITA, KANSAS, TVTDXESDAY MOKSIXG APRIL 23, 1890. WHOLE NO. 1S45. -f-.v :amxy k 1a sa, a . iniwiiii rTTii r iiiimmh - - - jJHr JHSfe-- ft rf Tn-nT-if u ,m m sr vi v -a "rirwffTffir iir i x-Mia? v . ii . I ' .' 1 I1ATIE -MMOR OF Mil An Epitome of Reliable Information and of Official Statistical Data, SEDGWICK COUNTY Age, 20 years; Population, largest in the State. a ,, , n . nnnn I WICHITA-Age 19 680,000 300,000 . NONE. 435.200 135,000 110,000 AUCD Ui lOUU AAA wv.iAAAti.y, " " " cultivation, " unfit for cultivation, - " first bottom land, " second bottom land, - " rich black prairie land, STOCK-Cattle 3lJ) Hog3 50.00 Sheep 9,202 Horses l&JM Mules 2.38S GRAIN- Wheat-acreis, 14,295; val. $200,701 Corn " 145,133; " 1,422,303 Oats " C1,0H; " 414,207 Grasses " 4,309. 230,5j1 FRUIT. Apples, 98,094 Pears, 4,503 Feaches.215 C56 Plum", 11.427 Cherrles,2B4C0 0 CORN MORE than to any one thinjz; else, probably does Sedgwick county owe...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

!&jc W&iidxihx gaily gagle: Wttlms&mj fj&crmittg, qml 23, 1S90. WON BY KHUEffi A YICTOEY FOR THE INDIANAPOLIS CARPENTERS. Demand for an Eight Hour TYorE Day Recognized oy Ike Masters. live Hundred Men Will Resume Work Im mediatelyA Riot Among the Chicago Strikers. A Pree-for-all Pight Engage in to Compel Non-Union Men to Cease Work Fifty of the Disturbers Arrested An Appeal Issued by President Gompers Labor Matters, WEATHER BULLETIN. Signal Offick, Wichita, Kan., April 22. The highest temperature was &r, the lowest 55 s, and the mean G2, with cloudy, followed by wanner clearing weather and a slight fall in pressure. Last year on April 22, the highest tem perature was 70, the lowest 4S, and the mean 02. Fr.nD Li. Johxsox, Observer. War Department, Washington-, D. G, April 22, 8 p. m. Forecast until 8. p. m. Wednesday: For Kansas Fair weather, preceded by local showers in eastern portion; cooler, southerly winds, shifting to northeasterly. THE PIGHT WON. Indianapol...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

1& WSxhxhx guiXxj kqIc: WteSmstixy Wanting, gqjodl 23, 1B90, WICHITA MAEKETS. Seceipts of live stoclrct the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours-430 cattle, 1206 bogs. Shipments 53 cattle. The re ceipts were quite liberal on nearly all grades. Several cars arrived late and were held over for tomorrow's market. Choice grades of butchers cattle rule strong and are in active demand. Heavy shipping steers and common cows a little slow. The offerings in hogs were very good as to numbers. The market opened about 5 cents lower than yesterday and a little later de clined 2 1-2 cents more. This was caused by reports of lower prices in eastern markets. Market closed strong at the decline. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita. Kan April 22. CATTIX. Receipts 40, shipments 53. There vrere whip Cood. some common and some poor cnttlc anion? the offerings. Choice light butchers' stuff In active de jnand at strons prices. Heavy shipping steers not tjulte as active. Ftockers anil feeders Six fair de mand...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

-,5g!p- t tr&Ff- WffT-xlfgt sayg-gpy. wj-tawjy-ywg 4 Jps TOcMia ga garde: xlwescTan; ptoimrs, &jwtt 23, 1890. vyr 3t. M. 311'RDOCK, Kdltor. There is food for reflection in the state" inent of Governor 3Iiller of Dakota, tliat since the lottery bill was killed, no more $15,000 prizes liavo been drawn in Dakota. Henry Watterson is said to have lost 1,900 in a game of poker recently. This announcement will probably make the Kansas corn stalk go at least tliree inches higher. A COMPKOMISING FINALE. The grand finale of the Pan-American congress brought out an important fact, a zoological point, one that 3Ir. Blaine probably did not overlook, that there are white elephants in America. The man arretted in New Mexico was not Caslner Pope, of Louisville. This is probably the first of a series of arrests whereby Mr. Pope, as Mr. Tascott, will be convinced that he is a very common looking man. A speaker in Boston the other day re ferred to Grover Cleveland as "lie upon whose shoulders ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

-- T--W -si-J"- !W7flSIK-5pj:Ji55 "lgf'r fflljlty'lWJp'ty-tAii.jwy'--gy5. l&e TOcfcifci a gagle: Utectitcscfcaj ptoraiug, &pril 23, 1890. "" -B--cf3B"5sp fstvynnri ' !' U,l I 1 1 31. M. 3ICKPorK. Kdltor. E. P. JlrnnocK, Business Manager. M. M. MpEDOOK & EEO. Publishers and Proprietors. U letters pertaining to the business of the print In?; department or bindery, or for advertising fhonld lo addrevMl to the biislncss manager; all otlier communications to the editor. The only daily paper In Southwestern Kansas or the Arkansas A alley receivinif both the day and night AMelate Press Reports In full. TE1UIS OP Pl-BSCItlPTIOV DAir.T EAGLE. In Advance Postage Prepaid. Dally, one copy one year js 0f Daily, one copy, six months 4 00 Bally, one copy, three months ' 1 illy, one copy, one month 75 Three times 11 week, any las rte-lrol, per v'r... fiO Three times a week, any days ilo-lred, hl mo... 2 Hi ruimiiv r.iiiiin, iti pages, one copy, one vear ... - vi fcunday Edition, 1C page...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

"" -.-ok --' - m.jeraffgafXi' 6 u Wiidiiici la:xlij gaglc: lltolutsttay gTriirg, gnil 23, 1890. ii 1 T 1 v W aaSl aa a AT "VTOItK AGAIN. "Work -will commence today paving Main street on west side north of English street. The cushion top work will prob ably be continued until reaching Third street where the leading" business blocks of the street will be no longer disturbed by paving improvements as no other kind un til the railway improvements interfere but with drive ways on either side traffic will not be interfered with so seriously. It is feared that it will be three or four weeks before Mulvanc & Kepley complete curb and guttering on "Main street they having contracts at both ends of the street where paving contract awarded. This will delay the Barber Company to some extent but it is estimated thatthere is no way to avoid the delay. t THE S. & 15. JJXTKRTAINMENT. Last evening the S. & B. club, of College hill, came to the front with one of the best programs ever rend...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

m& micMtx gails gitglc: mettaestfeg frrawg, grcrl 23, 1390. . BAJBIES OJF WASHINGTOIt . TINY LADS ANE LASSIES WHO ARE PRETTY, RICH AND HAPPY. Vlie rraakB and Cliarms of 3fana-Wana-malcer The White House Trio -at luncheon A Stranger from South America A Senatorial Group, Copyright, 1890. PEB3TA5DA WANAMAKER. A youngsterwbo was born vrith a golden upooa in.her-moutb, Ja Fernanda Henry Wan amoker, thapostaiaster general's only grand child. SaojsrasonlySyeariold last Decem ber, and an airier, eprightlier, naughtier baby cannot bo found in the two-continenta. When sho comes over to Washington from her father's house in. -Jenkintown, as she does onco -or tTvico a month, tho big houso on I Btreot becomes a nursery for her, and sho rules ovcry one, from her dignified grand father to herlittlo Aunt Lily. She is mora French than English, as tho biggest part of her two years has been spent in Fans and Nico. Her mother, although au Amoncan girl, was reared and educated in Pans, where her fa...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 23 April 1890

8 glue ItiicMtit garilij gagle: WLtilxxzsfaxs flaming, ynl 23, 1890. tching Skin Diseases Scratched every night until the skin -was ra-vv. Body covered with scales like spots of mortar. An awful spectacle. Disease, eczema and psoriasis com "bincd. Consulted physicians in vrfin. 3Vo hope of recovery, hears of CUTI CURA REMEDIES, uses them, ohtains immediate relief, and in live weeks is completely cured. Skin now as clear as a toady's. ZV. B. This cure was ef fected Sept, 21, 1S87, and is confirmed toy letter. Teh. 21, 1800. Cured "by Cnticura Iamcolnff to toll $-ou of the extraordinary cure your Cctictka Remedies performed on roe. About tlie 1st of April last I HPticed some pimples like rnmlnir out all ornr my body, but thought notliins of it until sometime later on, i hen it ljeean to look like -pots of mortar -potted on, and which came off in layers, accompanied sth iu h i n iz. Would scratch every night until I was raw, then the neit nielit the - ales, lteliiK formed inean whlle, ...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 April 1890

Kans. Historical Society yol. xn, 1ST0. 136. WICHITA, KANSAS, THTJESDAY MORXIXG APRIL 24 1890. WHOLE NO. lSia KANSAS AND "WICHITA. The Typical State and Her Representa tive City. - O one who has ever, for a single season, breathed the pure exhilerating air of a Kansas summer, with its long genial '" days, its cool, breezy & restful nights, will ever feel entirely satisfied in any GvwX'. other locatlon tnat varfZWSSk this contmenfc has tf$?gmz to offer. ner sum- jSayN7' mora have all the lFJ-?f. tifHA'Tt'' r.l.-rrlr.rr Im-olinocc TSVlTiVB'.'ttit '"""" &3&3f& Hr"r:r:r:r 4a!W$S&S witl.cn x ciuiui; siujjsj without that slope's dryness, all the life and beauty of the At lantic coast, without that coast's depress ing humidity. Kansas' summers are ush ered in by verdant spring times, whoso Kcniality reaches back to February and forward in autumnal flays wIiomj soft glories do not cease until the holidays. Kansas has a season of two or threp months which is by courtesy c...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 April 1890

WMftroyni.jyiMSEfc JtfBLiMvi&veOutf ffl!SStqfS''J! 3lxc tSiidxiia gaily fpujte: IxxxrstTay IHtftnxmck gqporil 2 1890, E DAB TERRIBLE RESULTS OP EXPLOSION.' A MIXE Thirty or Forty Lives Lost in a Colliery at Rock Springs, Wyoming. Three Explosions Close the Mine Rescuers and Seal the Pate of Many Men. to Most of the "Workmen Chinamen The Exact Numher of Victims Unknotra Further Breaks in the Levees at Bayou Sara, La, Additional Damage Predicted Mv- nor Casualties. WEATHER BULLETIN. Sir.xAL Office, "Wichita, Kan., April K. The highest temperature was 00, the lowest .V?o, and the mean (32 , with light south shifting to fresh north and northeast winds, cloudy weather with light rain from 11 a. m. to 7 p. m., when it was .05 inch. Last year on April 23, the highest tem perature was S2, the lowest 53, and the mean OS. FiiEi) L. Joincsox, Observer. Wak Department, Washington, D. C, April S3, S p. ni. Forecast until 8. p. m. Thursday: For Missouri Fair, cooler, followed by slowly rising...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 April 1890

Xw r- E "$ Sfte WaOafa Jpailij gagle: ifcstktj Staaxfog, gqxiil 24, 1390 3 NANCEAND COMMERCE WICHITA MARKETS. Receipts of live stock at the Union Stock Yards for 48 hours-110 cattle, 1090 hog-s. Shipments 209 cattle, 55 horses. There was a scarcity of good butcher's stuff again today. Everything in good to choice fat cattle sold quick at good prices. Eighty head of good shipping steers, weighing 1335 pounds, sold at $4.00. Seventeen head of choice "butchers cows and heifers sold to one of the packers at $3.12 1-2. Stockers and feeders in fair demand. The hog market opened steady at yesterday's top prices, although eastern markets reported large runs and market weaker. Later thi3 market declined 2 l-2c and the bulk of the hogs sold at $3.95. There is a weak feeling in the market and buyers look for lower prices. WICHITA LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wichita, Kan- April IS. CATTLE. Kr-coipts 110. shipments 209. Thr rntrket was ac tive awl strous on prime butcher grades anu there tub a scarcity o...

Publication Title: Wichita Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wichita daily eagle. — 24 April 1890

mtfcfSl 4 Jpe midxikx hulu gagk: Inmsdag iJItfraiw), pxil 241890. fps su'i Vj' 'f "!. r Jh a"-" ftf""" "" -mJ 31. 31. 3ICRDOCK, Editor. A REMEDY DEMANDED. The editor of the Sterling Gazette must be troubled with worms, and in a region that renders impossible a realization of Ms squirmy condition, we very muchly fear. The American association will not al low players to approach the umpire. All the athletic qualifications demanded of an umpire, now, is to be a good dodger. It has now been more than two weeks since any Frenchman has killed himself over Amelia Rives. Fears are enter tained that) her friend, the American newspaper correspondent at Paris, is ill. There were twenty-eight attitudes in Senator Ingalls' interview. By the next leap year, 1892, the World may get out another one with the senator jumping on the Democratic party. This will make them twenty-nine. . April the 21st and 22nd are important dates to the south of us. One is the birthday of Oklahoma and the other independ...

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